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SPECIAL REPORT
How 20 Years of Brutality Impacts China and the World
Take a closer look at how this campaign has targeted millions of people who practice Falun Gong in China as well as the terrible impact felt throughout Chinese society, and around the world.

Washington Post

  • 2018/03/28

    Yang Jianli is founder and president of Initiatives for China. He was imprisoned in China from 2002 to 2007 for attempting to monitor labor unrest. On Feb. 15, Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang turned 42. It was the 951st...
  • 2017/07/30

    SHANGHAI — For the first few weeks, Shen Yongmei was told to sit on a rough plastic stool from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., her back absolutely straight, her hands on her knees, and stare in silence at three sentences painted on a...
  • 2017/07/25

      Yang Jianli is founder and president of Initiatives for China. He was imprisoned in China from 2002 to 2007 for attempting to observe labor unrest. While it is debatable whether the United States should intervene in criminal cases in...
  • 2017/06/03

    THE WASHINGTON POST WAS THE FIRST media outlet in the world to report that officials in China had received explicit orders to torture and maim Falun Gong practitioners who did not abandon their beliefs. Before the publication broke this news in 2001,...
  • 2009/12/10

    FDIC: Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Sentenced to Seven Years in Prison for Defending Falun GongAmnesty International Urgent Action: Lawyer jailed for defending human rightsAmnesty International: “Blog: My life inside a Chinese labor camp” by former prisoner of conscience Bu DongweiAFP:...
  • 2001/08/05

    BEIJING -- Expanding its use of torture and high-pressure indoctrination, China's Communist Party has gained the upper hand in its protracted battle against the banned Falun Gong spiritual movement, according to government sources and Falun Gong practitioners. As a result,...
  • 2001/02/06

    KAIFENG, China (Washington Post Foreign Service) -- There is a neighborhood on the eastern side of this once-glorious city called Apple Orchard, but there are no apple trees here, only drab concrete buildings and clusters of unemployed men loitering on...
  • 2001/02/04

    KAIFENG, China (Washington Post Foreign Service) -- There is a neighborhood on the eastern side of this once-glorious city called Apple Orchard, but there are no apple trees here, only drab concrete buildings and clusters of unemployed men loitering on...
  • 1999/11/12

    BEIJING – In one Chinese province, at least 500 people have been sent without trial to labor camps for being members of the banned spiritual sect Falun Gong. More than 3,000 other adherents have been detained in Beijing for protesting...

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